The estimated running time for the production is approximately 3 hours 40 minutes, including one interval.
Evening performances start at 7pm. Matinee performances on Thursday and Saturday start at 1.30pm, and at 2pm on Sunday.
Performances of A Little Life will begin at the Harold Pinter Theatre, London, from the 25 March to the 18 June & the Savoy Theatre, London, from the 4 July to the 5 August.
The production is not able to guarantee the appearance of any specific actor due to illness or unforeseen circumstances.
The recommended age is 16+, however audience discretion is advised based on the themes of the production, which can be viewed within the content warnings section of the website.
Latecomers seated in the main auditorium will be allowed in at designated points. Latecomers who have booked on stage seating will not be permitted to enter the auditorium once the show has begun. We would encourage all audience members to arrive in plenty of time to avoid missing any of the performance.
With the exception of those sitting onstage, audience members who may need to leave the auditorium will be allowed to re-enter at designated points.
Photography and recording during the performance is strictly prohibited. To ensure the privacy of the performers in A LITTLE LIFE, we are asking all audience to place a sticker over their phone camera. Please note that there is an infrared system in the theatre to monitor phone and camera usage.
For onstage seating only, we are asking all audience to place their phone in a sealed bag throughout the performance. Please ask an usher if you would like your bag unlocked during the interval.
Merchandise is currently only available to buy at the Harold Pinter Theatre after the performance. Merchandise will be available to buy online soon.
At present, merchandise will only ship to the UK via the website.
Yes, our access performances are on the following performances:
Signed Performance: Tuesday 23 May 7pm
Audio Described Performance: Wednesday 31 May 7pm
Captioned Performance: Wednesday 7 June 7pm
For further information about access at the Harold Pinter Theatre, please visit their website here.
While there are currently no plans to live broadcast or stream the production, we encourage audiences to sign up to our mailing list to hear first about future announcements.
Currently, the show will end its London run at the Savoy Theatre on 5 August. To be the first to hear about any future plans, sign up to our mailing list.
Many performances at the Harold Pinter Theatre are sold out, but there are multiple ways for you to get tickets. Please check our ticket information page for the best ways to purchase tickets to the run at the Harold Pinter Theatre.
Tickets for the Savoy Theatre are available across the run, with future releases planned including Onstage seating from £35. For best availability and how to get tickets, please visit the ticket information page on our website.
You will be seated on bench seating at the back of the stage, facing out into the auditorium. You will be visible to the audience in the main auditorium and the actors will be facing away from the back of the stage for portions of the show.
Onstage Seating Visual by Jan Versweyveld
For the Harold Pinter Theatre: Please arrive no later than 30 minutes prior to the performance and be aware that you will need to collect your ticket from the Box Office. Please note that latecomers will not be permitted.
Stage seating entry times at the Savoy Theatre will be confirmed in due course.
For Harold Pinter Theatre: Large bags and coats cannot be accommodated on the onstage seating, however the theatre has a cloakroom in which these items can be stored. Please arrive at the theatre early if you need to make use of the theatre’s cloakroom.
Permitted items for stage seating at the Savoy Theatre will be confirmed in due course.
Unfortunately there will be no-readmittance during the performance for any audience members seated onstage. Please note that there is an interval of 20 minutes where audience members seated onstage will be able to leave the stage as needed.
For Harold Pinter Theatre: Access to the onstage seating is via the front entrance on Panton Street. Please note there are 19 to 26 steps from street level to stage level. Our Front of House teams will be on hand for any assistance which you may need.
Access to the stage seating at the Savoy Theatre will be confirmed in due course.
Photography and recording during the performance is strictly prohibited. To ensure the privacy of the performers in A LITTLE LIFE we are asking all audience onstage to place their phone in a sealed bag throughout the performance. Please ask an usher if you would like your bag unlocked during the interval. Please note that there is an infrared system in the theatre to monitor phone and camera usage.
No food and glassware is permitted on the onstage seating. We recommend waiting to purchase drinks and food at the venue rather than pre-purchasing.
for savoy onstage seating release 12pm wed 19 apr